Poxviral regulation of the host NF-kappaB response: the vaccinia virus M2L protein inhibits induction of NF-kappaB activation via an ERK2 pathway in virus-infected human embryonic kidney cells.

@article{Gedey2006PoxviralRO,
  title={Poxviral regulation of the host NF-kappaB response: the vaccinia virus M2L protein inhibits induction of NF-kappaB activation via an ERK2 pathway in virus-infected human embryonic kidney cells.},
  author={Roderick Gedey and X Jin and Olivia Hinthong and Joanna L Shisler},
  journal={Journal of virology},
  year={2006},
  volume={80 17},
  pages={8676-85}
}
Exposure of eukaryotic cells to viruses will activate the host NF-kappaB transcription factor, resulting in proinflammatory and immune protein production. Vaccinia virus (VV), the prototypic orthopoxvirus, expresses products that inhibit this antiviral event. To identify novel mechanisms responsible for this effect, we made use of a VV deletion mutant (MVA) that stimulates NF-kappaBeta activation in infected 293T cells. In this virus-host system, the extents of NF-kappaBeta-regulated gene… CONTINUE READING

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